That would depend on the concentration of the sulfuric acid.
You cannot change the strength of an acid, but you can change the concentration of an acid. Youn can decrease the concentration of an acid by adding it to water. You can increase the concentration through distillation.
By diluting the concentration of nitric acid (and the concentration of H+).
an acid would increase the H+ concentration
36% is the max concentration of hydrochloric acid
alot of people say there is acid rain the concentration of this is poo
Yes, you can have a high concentration of a weak acid or a low concentration of a strong acid. The weak acid is still weak, as it is the lower ability to release a proton (H+) that makes it weak (by definition) and not the concentration. In other words, the weak acid is only partially ionized, while a strong acid is fully ionized. Similarly, a low concentration of a strong acid is still strong.
The answer will depend onThe concentration of NAOHWhich acidThe concentration of the acid.
It depends on the acid itself. Sulphuric acid are present in different concentrations. The concentration of a sample of sulphuric acid can be deduced by titration. :D
the concentration of citric acid in sprite is 0.4 i got it from a science experiment.
Yes. The term "strong acid" refers to the degree of ionization in solution, not to the concentration of the acid itself.
There are many different concentrations of "concentrated sulphuric acid". It is possible to deduce the concentration of the sulphuric acid by titration.
A weak acid is not fully dissociated. You need to use the Ka to calculate the concentration of H+ for a specified concentration of the acid.
The stomach has the strongest acid concentration in the body. It is known as gastric acid and has a pH of 1 to 2 and is composed of hydrochlorlic acid.
yes, the oxalic acid would be the standard acid by which the base is titrated and the concentration determined. if the oxalic acid is 'around' 1M, that could mean anything
in pH acids range from 0-6.as the highest value is 6 and if the concentration of an acid is 6 it is concentrated as this value drops the concentration drops
The process in which we have to measure the exact concentration of acid by reaction with fixed volume and concentration of acid after completion
An acid has a greater concentration of H+(hydrogen ion) and a lower concentration of OH-(hydroxide).
Not necessarily. A solution that has a pH of 2 can have a low concentration of a strong acid or a relatively high concentration of a weak acid.
Hydrochloric acid can be dilute or concentrated. The concentration of an acid does not depend on which acid it is.
By diluting it with water or neutralising it with a base or alkaline
33.5% sulfuric acid in battery acid
Yes, it is.